Don't know the size of the micro with its adapter, but if it is the size of a duo card you should be able to put your micro with adapter into a Pro adapter and this is the memory stick that most card readers accept. Sony has been pretty much backward compatible so I feel this should work. A Pro adapter runs about $10 @ Best Buy.
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Firstly switch off your mobile.Then put out your memory card adapter from your mobile.then re-enter the memory card adapter in your mobile, but sure of that if your small lock in your adapter is unlocked.It is unlocked by hand.Then ENJOY.
Understand how a Memory Stick Pro works. The small card saves information from a portable device. You can save, delete and rewrite to the card as many times as you want. You can also remove the card and insert it into another device. For example, you can save photos from a camera, then insert the memory card into your laptop to view or download the images.
Make sure you buy a memory card that matches the demands of your electronic device. The cards have different saving speeds and data-holding capacities. Generally speaking, the more data the card can hold and the faster its speed, the more expensive the memory card. Check your electronic device's product information for recommendations on the best type and size of memory card.
Insert the Memory Stick Pro into the electronic device. Most devices have a small flap or cover on its side that holds the card. The memory card slides into a slot under the flap. Gently push in the card and close the flap.
Save to the memory card. Once the card is installed, many devices know to save new data to the card. In some cases, however, you may need to specify where to save files, either to a built-in hard drive or to the memory card.
To remove the card, open the flap and gently press the card in. The card should then pop out of the slot for easy removal. The card can now be inserted into another device.
You need to isolate the problem. Try connecting the Sandisk M2 into another phone or computer (using an adapter). If this memory card is detected by other phone or computer, then you may want to insert another memory card into the problem phone to test it.
If the problem phone works using another memory card, but the problem memory card also works using another phone, then you may want to format first your Sandisk M2 before using it.
Memory stick flash memory is tricky. If it is too small, DO NOT INSERT IT. I made this mistake and was lucky enough to have some tools handy to get it back out. You'll need a different adapter to use it in the memory card reader that you have.
As for "guest" 's conundrum. You will need to use either needle nose pliers or tweezers to VERY CAREFULLY remove it. It won't be easy and you have to be careful so as not to push it farther in (which eventually it will stop going in, but still makes it that much harder to get it out)